Thursday, July 7, 2016

UF/IFAS news for 07/07/16

Good morning! Here is your UF/IFAS news for 07/07/16:

Radio Tracking Helps Hunt Burmese Pythons

Cottage industry expo aimed at food entrepreneurs (UF/IFAS Extension)

Fruit fly outbreak in Florida was extremely costly

New method tells more about citrus decay

UF/IFAS researchers to study how to reduce carbon dioxide in ranch soil

Blueberries' health benefits better than many perceive

Florida Clarifies Its Agritourism Law (UF/IFAS Extension)

Protect pets from poisonous Bufo toads (UF/IFAS Extension)

A record-breaking year for moving UF technologies to market

Arm yourself with knowledge against Zika virus (UF/IFAS Extension),2925

UF Honors Retired Professor for Promoting Diversity in Vet Medicine

Other news:

Algal Bloom Crisis Forcing Florida Farmers To Tread Water

What really killed the dinosaurs?

US urges aerial spraying amid jump in Puerto Rico Zika cases

Many popular sunscreens don't meet suggested guidelines

Brad Buck
Science Writer
UF/IFAS Communications

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